Adrienne St. Clair is an audio reporter and producer for “There’s a Group for That,” a narrative podcast about loneliness and community for the Deseret News. She’s reported all over the country, including Washington, D.C., for NPR’s National Desk, where she wrote stories about school shootings and gun violence, and on Capitol Hill, where she chased down senators and house representatives. She’s an award-winning journalist who’s reported on a variety of topics, including immigration, water and tribal lands. Her favorite compliment is that she’s got moxie, and she’s a dog mom to a pug named Izzy.

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We can all apply the principles one man used to help change the minds of more than 200 white supremacists.
Clue has been sold in more than 40 countries since first being published as Cluedo in the UK in late 1949, but not many people know where the game came from.
After a turbulent weekend, more than a thousand protesters gathered peacefully in a second day of action against the death of George Floyd.
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“Aida” opened this weekend at Orem’s SCERA Center for the Arts, and I’m seeing stars.